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29 Best Green Salads

Ramp up your greens with these inventive salad ingredient combos

Elaine Johnson
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Mustard, Caraway, and Rye Salad

This might be our craziest salad yet (pickle dressing?) but when tasters came by the Sunset Test Kitchen, it disappeared in a flash.

Recipe: Mustard, Caraway, and Rye Salad

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Greens and Herbs Salad with Classic Vinaigrette

Here’s our favorite version of a basic side salad, with fresh herbs and the vinaigrette components in just the right proportions. You can serve it plain, or customize it with toasted nuts, croutons, or other add-ons.

Recipe: Greens and Herbs Salad with Classic Vinaigrette

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Baby Lettuces with Beets

If you grow your own lettuces or buy them from the farmers’ market, show off a stunning assortment of small whole leaves in this platter salad.

Recipe: Baby Lettuces with Beets

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Spicy Sunflower Salad with Carrot Dressing

Spring sprouts, such as sunflower sprouts, give salads a peppery bite.

Recipe: Spicy Sunflower Salad with Carrot Dressing

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Eat-Your-Garden Salad

The colorful edible flowers, tender herbs and lettuces, and crunchy sugar snap peas for this pretty salad might all be growing in your garden, but if not, try a well-stocked grocery store or farmers’ market.

Recipe: Eat-Your-Garden Salad

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Garden Bouquet Salad

Express your inner artist and decorate whole, single-serving lettuces with herbs and edible flowers.

Recipe: Garden Bouquet Salad

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Arugula Salad with White Nectarines and Mango Chutney Dressing

With a little chutney as the starting point for the dressing, it’s quick work to put together this summery salad.

Recipe: Arugula Salad with White Nectarines and Mango Chutney Dressing

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Kale and Radicchio Salad with Broken Caesar Dressing

A Seattle chef shared this robust, addictive (and easy!) version of a Caesar.

Recipe: Kale and Radicchio Salad with Broken Caesar Dressing

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Mediterranean Summer Salad

Briny olives and feta, plenty of fresh basil, and sweet cherry tomatoes give this spinach salad lots of personality.

Recipe: Mediterranean Summer Salad

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Spinach Pomegranate Salad With Pears and Hazelnuts

Roasted nuts add depth to the fall salad’s bright flavors, and crunchy pomegranates decorate it like jewels.

Recipe: Spinach Pomegranate Salad With Pears and Hazelnuts

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Citrus, Quinoa, and Spinach Salad

Quinoa and feta make this salad a little more substantial, and the lemon-chile dressing makes it lively.

Recipe: Citrus, Quinoa, and Spinach Salad

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Candied Pecan, Pear, and Spinach Salad

You may want to double the candied spiced nuts for this crowd-pleaser so you’ll have them on hand to make the salad again soon.

Recipe: Candied Pecan, Pear, and Spinach Salad

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Roasted Mushroom Salad with Hazelnuts

“My guests fought to have seconds and demanded the recipe,” said one reader about this mushroom-lover’s salad.

Recipe: Roasted Mushroom Salad with Hazelnuts

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Spinach, Mushroom, and Fennel Salad with Warm Bacon Vinaigrette

Loads of flavorful toppings, a Sherry vinaigrette, and of course bacon make this salad a keeper.

Recipe: Spinach, Mushroom, and Fennel Salad with Warm Bacon Vinaigrette

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Pine-Nut Salad Spears

This easy platter salad doubles as an appetizer.

Recipe: Pine-Nut Salad Spears

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Asian Pear, Persimmon, and Almond Salad

Sweet and slightly crisp Fuyus, the kind of persimmon with a flat bottom, star in one of our favorite autumn salads.

Recipe: Asian Pear, Persimmon, and Almond Salad

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Apple-Fennel Salad with Walnuts

Apple juice and apple cider vinegar augment the flavor of sweet crunchy apples, and roasted walnut oil underscores the toasted nuts.

Recipe: Apple-Fennel Salad with Walnuts

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Blueberry Gorgonzola Salad

A Sunset reader shared this addictive flavor combination.

Recipe: Blueberry Gorgonzola Salad

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Grape, Toasted Almond, and Sweet-Onion Salad

We first created this refreshing salad for Thanksgiving as a counterpoint to the big feast, but have come to love it anytime grapes are in season.

Recipe: Grape, Toasted Almond, and Sweet-Onion Salad

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Kumquat Mint Salad with Jasmine Dressing

Though jasmine tea might seem unusual in a salad dressing, the floral quality has a beautiful affinity for citrus and mint.

Recipe: Kumquat Mint Salad with Jasmine Dressing

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Summer Squash Carpaccio and Shaved Cheese Salad

Finding ways to use zucchini can be a challenge in summer, but we find ourselves looking for excuses to keep making this lively and refreshing recipe.

Recipe: Summer Squash Carpaccio and Shaved Cheese Salad

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Strawberry Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing

Feta cheese and a Champagne vinaigrette keep this fruit-and-greens salad from being too sweet.

Recipe: Strawberry Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing

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Crunchy Napa Cabbage Slaw

Add the creamy soy dressing just before serving so this fresher take on slaw keeps its texture.

Recipe: Crunchy Napa Cabbage Slaw

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Grilled Caesar Salad

We took our Caesar outdoors and painted an eggless dressing onto small lettuce halves before grilling them.

Recipe: Grilled Caesar Salad

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Little Gem Wedge Salad

Many farmers’ markets now carry the small, crisp variety of romaine called Little Gem, but you can also spoon the homemade blue cheese dressing over regular hearts of romaine.

Recipe: Little Gem Wedge Salad

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Lettuce, Basil, and Cucumber Salad with Goat Cheese

Try this beautiful salad platter next time you’re serving a crowd.

Recipe: Lettuce, Basil, and Cucumber Salad with Goat Cheese

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Frisée, Tangerine, and Sesame Salad

Tangerine zest, juice, and segments, along with sesame oil and crunchy seeds, deliver layers of flavor in this bright winter salad.

Recipe: Frisée, Tangerine, and Sesame Salad

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Rosemary Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato Salad

For this wedge salad we started with the classic flavor trio and added a creamy blue cheese dressing and herbs.

Recipe: Rosemary Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato Salad

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Pear and Asian Greens Salad

Contrast the feathery textures of baby Asian greens with the crunch of quick-pickled onion, Asian pear, and sesame seeds. This salad is especially good made with the varieties at left, but feel free to experiment.

Recipe: Pear and Asian Greens Salad

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